Inclusive production of protons , antiprotons and neutrons in p + p collisions at 158 GeV / c beam momentum

  title={Inclusive production of protons , antiprotons and neutrons in p + p collisions at 158 GeV / c beam momentum},
  author={T. Anti{\vc}i{\'c} and Bilguun Baatar and J. Bartke and Latchezar Betev and H. Białkowska and Christoph Blume and B. Boimska and Juraj Bracinik and Vladim{\'i}r Cern{\'y} and O. Chvala and J. Dolejsi and V L Eckardt and Hans Georg Fischer and Zolt{\'a}n Fodor and Peli Foka and Volker Friese and Marek Gaździcki and Christian Hoehne and K. Kadija and Andrey Karev and V. Kolesnikov and M. Andrew Kowalski and Michal Kreps and M. Makariev and Alexey Malakhov and M A Mateev and G. L. Melkumov and Michael. Mitrovski and S. Mr{\'o}wczyński and R E Renfordt and Maciej Rybczynski and Andrzej Rybicki and Alexandre A. B. Sandoval and Norbert Schmitz and Peter Seyboth and Grzegorz Stefanek and Reinhard Stock and Hubert Str{\"o}bele and Tamaki Susa and Paul Szymanski and Vladislav Trubnikov and D. Varga and Gy¨orgy Vesztergombi and Danijela V Vrani{\'c} and S. Wenig and Zbigniew Włodarczyk and Aneta Wojtaszek},
New data on the production of protons, anti-protons and neut rons in p+p interactions are presented. The data come from a sample of 4.8 million inelast ic events obtained with the NA49 detector at the CERN SPS at 158 GeV/c beam momentum. The c harged baryons are identified by energy loss measurement in a large TPC track ing system. Neutrons are detected in a forward hadronic calorimeter. Inclusive inva riant cross sections are obtained in intervals from 0 to 1.9 GeV/c (0 to 1.5 GeV/c) in… CONTINUE READING


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